This is a collection of bibliographies of scientific literature in computer science from various sources, covering most aspects of computer science. The bibliographies are updated weekly from their original locations such that you'll always find the most recent versions here.
Fast Artificial Neural Network Library is a free open source neural network library, which implements multilayer artificial neural networks in C with support for both fully connected and sparsely connected networks. Cross-platform execution
So, a while ago, I’ve decided to code a library to plot some information I had. The idea was to create simple graphics in a way they would be easy to create, beautiful and good to present to people with no or few backgrounds on math and computers.
One thing I really love with the Python programming language is its incredible extensibility. Here’s a list of 50 awesome modules for Python, covering almost all needs: Databases, GUIs, Images, Sound, OS interaction, Web, and more.
Here's a realtively simple way to implement data versioning in a database, in a way that should be scalable as well. It only needs a couple of support tables and a single function and can apply versioning across multiple data sets concurrently.
Michael Abrash's classic Graphics Programming Black Book is a compilation of Michael's writings on assembly language and graphics programming (including from his "Graphics Programming" column in Dr. Dobb's Journal
"RRDtool is the Open Source industry standard, high performance data logging and graphing system for time series data. It stores the data in a very compact way that will not expand over time, and it can create beautiful graphs."
Getting started with Jersey is very easy. First, download the latest distribution of Jersey and unzip it. If you are using NetBeans IDE 6.x, you do not need to download the Jersey distribution. Instead, install the RESTful Web Services plugin from the Plu
Want to write shorter, cleaner code? Have an unfortunate situation where you need to fit as much as you can in one expression? Prefer a quick dose of hacks to spending the rest of your life reading the docs? You've come to the right place.